Are you at all concerned you won’t stick with your optimal eating plan through the holiday deluge of a best friend’s home baking, your family’s traditions, and the specialty items available only this time of year? If so, consider the Continue reading Health Support Through the Holidays
Autism is not an insult. It’s also, for that matter, not a statement on a person’s level of intelligence. Those of us who identify as having it tend to refer to our autism freely and cheerfully. Those of us who Continue reading Proudly “Autistic”
In the last year, there have been two agencies in our lives that ask me to log various aspects of my son’s being. These are agencies that I respect, enjoy, appreciate, and admire -but over the matter of logging, we Continue reading Tracking Your Progress – Worth It?
As the saying goes, “The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.” This means, of course, that most of us folks developing, investigating, exploring, and testing programs that heal autism, celiac, or whatever else we’re aiming to resolve have some Continue reading Building A Sensory Relief Sanctuary
There were things I loved about living on the psychiatric ward. What I didn’t love? The symptoms of my illness. The arrogance of some of the staff people, who were convinced they knew things they couldn’t possibly have known. The Continue reading On Making Boxes: A Meditation